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*The award was presented at the conclusion of the FIS Congress on Friday, 4th June, after the eight finalists were showcased during the week, providing the more than 1,000 delegates from 74 nations with a chance to learn more from the best practices of these award-winning programs. *The award was presented at the conclusion of the FIS Congress on Friday, 4th June, after the eight finalists were showcased during the week, providing the more than 1,000 delegates from 74 nations with a chance to learn more from the best practices of these award-winning programs.
-*The top prize went to '''Norway''' with its innovative ''[[Barnas Skiklubb]]'' (kids ski club) program while the '''U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association''' club with its Maine-based "''[[Healthy Hometowns]]''" program was honored with second place. '''Germany’s''' ''[[Snow Child‘s Play]]'' project was recognized as the third of the top three FIS SnowKidz programs in the world.+*The top prize went to '''Norway''' with its innovative ''[[Barnas Skiklubb]]'' (kids ski club) program while the '''U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association''' with its Maine-based "''[[Healthy Hometowns]]''" program was honored with second place. '''Germany’s''' ''[[Snow Child‘s Play]]'' project was recognized as the third of the top three FIS SnowKidz programs in the world.

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  • The award was presented at the conclusion of the FIS Congress on Friday, 4th June, after the eight finalists were showcased during the week, providing the more than 1,000 delegates from 74 nations with a chance to learn more from the best practices of these award-winning programs.
  • The top prize went to Norway with its innovative Barnas Skiklubb (kids ski club) program while the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association with its Maine-based "Healthy Hometowns" program was honored with second place. Germany’s Snow Child‘s Play project was recognized as the third of the top three FIS SnowKidz programs in the world.
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